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Photocopier fallout: Congress, FTC 'concerned'

After CBS News investigation, Rep. Ed Markey wants copy machine industry to "step up."

By May 18, 2010

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PhotoCopy keeps iPhoto and Flickr synced

This post initially misstated the service's potential for two-way transfers. It is only capable of sending updates in iPhoto to Flickr.

By October 22, 2008

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PhotoCopy keeps iPhoto and Flickr synced

Got iPhoto and use Flickr? Skip the uploading plug-ins, and pick up 24x7 Digital instead. This tool keeps your library synced up without you having to do a thing.

By October 22, 2008

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Lock picking with a credit card, a photocopier, and some luck

Lock-picking experts show how to replicate a key to a high-security Medeco lock with a credit card at the Defcon hacker conference.

By August 8, 2008

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David Hockney's iPad drawings go big, 12 feet big

A giant exhibit at San Francisco's DeYoung Museum highlights the influential artist's foray into iPhone and iPad art, as well as films he made using multiple digital cameras.

By October 29, 2013

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Laser printer buying guide

If you need to produce tonnes of printed material at high speed, a laser printer is your best bet. Join us as we run through all the different features available, so you can decide which laser printer is best for you.

By July 4, 2011

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DefCon Kids joins adult hacker conferences

Hacker offspring get their own DefCon as talks on critical infrastructure hacks run next door to social engineering contests for kids.

By August 2, 2011

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Netgear goes green with free product recycling

Feeling the need to be more green? Netgear is offering free recycling of old networking products with every purchase.

By November 9, 2008

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Lexmark all-in-one targets small businesses

Lexmark all-in-one targets small businesses

By January 7, 2006

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Duplicating keys from a photograph

Researchers show off software that lets you duplicate keys from just a photograph of a key.

By November 17, 2008